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NYU Stern Hosts Cooperative Roundtable on Corporate Political Accountability

A cooperative group of deans explores what business schools should teach MBAs about corporate political accountability.

On February 14-15, a cooperative group comprising business school deans and other leaders in law and the non-profit world convened at NYU Stern to engage in dialogue about what business schools should teach future leaders about corporate political participation. The business of “K” street—effective lobbying, how to run a Political Action Committee and more—impacts and intersects with the capital markets, with Wall Street and with business.

This collaborative roundtable was sponsored by Baruch College and the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research; Wharton; Columbia University; NYU’s Stern School of Business and School of Law; and the Center for Corporate Accountability. The deans and participating thought leaders debated what business schools should teach and how they should teach it.

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The Dean’s Roundtable (pictured from left to right): Moses Pava, Yeshiva University; Don Schepers, Baruch College; Peter Henry, NYU Stern; Doug Guthrie, George Washington University; Janice Bellace, Wharton; and Larry Zicklin (moderator)